Introduction to Watercolor: A Focus on Spring Flowers

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instructor: Barbara J. DiMartini, MFA

5 weeks | Tuesdays 9:30am - 12:30pm | April 16-May 14

Bloom with a new artistic quest! Beginning Watercolor offers a 5-week course focusing on spring gardens and April flowers. Whether you are new to this exciting medium or just wishing to “brush” up on those rusty painting skills, this is the course you have been looking for. Capture the beauty and essence of nature in glowing sun, quiet shade or a porcelain vase. This course offers basic color and light theories applicable to any medium. Expand your artistic vocabulary with living, organic forms, readily accessible to paint, and a nontoxic, portable, affordable medium: flowers and transparent watercolor.

Supplies: paints, brushes, papers, and supplies that you already have and use. (Things I like to use that might not be in your list of "invaluables". They are suggestions, not demands: Small white "nut" dishes for mixing deepest values of paints. Spray bottle, 3 water containers, tissues, towel, 2 sheets Arches 140CP, plexiglass support for papers not bigger than 12" X 16", white artist's tape or blue masking tape.)

Members: $110  | Non Members: $130 

If you must cancel, please email or call STLAG. A refund will be given only if cancellation occurs seven days prior to the first day of class. No exceptions.

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